"Brilliantly upsetting and endearing . . . riveting."—Newsday
An updated and revised edition of Wallace Shawn's most outlandish work to date.
This poetic epic about a scientist, his wife, and his two mistresses as they fend for their lives in a world savagely close to extinction, raises issues of redemption, forgiveness, and responsibility. Grasses of a Thousand Colors is a troubling, erotic adventure that received high critical praise for its first New York City revival in 2013, starring Shawn.
Wallace Shawn is a noted actor and writer. His often politically charged and controversial plays include The Fever, Aunt Dan and Lemon, Marie and Bruce, and The Designated Mourner. With Andre´ Gregory, he co-wrote My Dinner with Andre´, in which he also starred.
by Wallace Shawn
by Lew Wallace
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by Allen Shawn
by Shawn Vestal
by Shawn Levy
by Shawn Stevenson
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